Dunlop John Petrucci Cry Baby Wah

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Wah wah pedal

  • Based on John Petrucci's 'Cry Baby Rack' Wah settings
  • Metal case with custom smoked chrome surface
  • Two side-mounted status LEDs
  • Internal controls for volume, Q and 6-band EQ
  • Factory settings according to John Petrucci's personal settings
  • JP Shield logo
  • Input / output: 6.3 mm mono jack
  • Power supply via 9 Volt battery or 9 Volt power supply (not included, matching power supply available under Article Nr. 409939)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 250 x 100 x 94 mm
Available since April 2016
Item number 380445
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Wah Wah Pedal Yes
Volume Pedal No
Dynamic Wah No
Distortion No
True Bypass Yes
£234
All prices incl. VAT
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Iosif Ignat 10.03.2020
Pro: Very Natural good sound! You can hear all the range of frequencies.
Cons: If you want to mount it in a pedal-board you will have a real challenge, the bottom is a very thin plate and when you take down the rubber foots the screws is to long to fix the plate back. You need to find adjustments to fix this issue. However is not complicated if you have some experience.
Overall I'm satisfied and I recommend!
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Great wah pedal with own flawour
Kesha Bender 30.09.2023
I've been using Dunlop - Kirk Hammett Wah since years on stage and in studio. It's a kick ass pedal and good rivalry to compare with.

So comparing to it, John Petrucci Wah has much wider sweep with focus on the lower end. In reality it goes so deep that almost kills guitar signal, making it very muffled and non audible. It's cool but you need to know how to work with that. You can get ear catching emerging effects while going out from that "abyss" into your licks but occasionally shifting pedal too dip during solos just kills your notes. So it takes time to get used to it. But Kirk's Wah is not capable of doing that kind of thing at all.
Overall tone is a bit more cold and modern sounding compared to Kirk's wah (that one is like fried potatoes :D ). Yeah, it has it's own taste. I can't say weather it's better or worse, it's just different.
EQ hidden inside, I love that. Yeah, might be not that convenient to adjust, but in live show occasions, it's the best. Nothing sticks around, no way to mess up your settings. I tweaked EQ to my taste and got exactly what I need from that pedal.
Blue light on the sides, simple and must have feature. Something that Kirk's wah doesn't have and that caused couple of incidents during live shows on my side.

So all in all, I like this wah a lot, great sound, usability and smart features inside. It replaced my old wah in the pedal board.
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Crying guitar...
SerdarY. 09.07.2020
You will get the same sound from the rack version of the cry baby. I'm a big fan of John Petrucci and I'm getting the exact same sound when I'm soloing to the Pull me under! There are also extra eq settings under the neath. So, you'll be able to change it to getting plenty of tastes.
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Works great
markok1847 16.05.2022
This is a very nice Petrucci wah pedal. The only downside is the shiny finish - it will get marks and scratches very easily.
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